I've been going to this forum for many several weeks now and i'm glad to assist everybody I'm able to. However, I have to request for some help from you. My opportunity is planning to produce our web solutions services within domain outside of our corporate and software sales site. The brand new domain is http://www.AtlantaWebhost.com/ . The website continues to be being built, but it's completely functional.

I would like to get everyone?s comments concerning the content and interface. Please produce your opinion how the website and our services could be enhanced for the clients. Employees during my company is an expert in software development and site hosting, but none of them people are wonderful designers (that's a good reason we're tugging from web page design). I believe the website is nice, but we might need to employ a professional to recreate the look.

Though it's not open to non-clients, we're creating a new customers area where our clients can manage the facets of their account not controlled through what they can control panel. What features can you recommend we use in our clients? area? We've intends to list billing dates and provide use of all of the receipts and bills for that this past year.

Appreciate any assist you to can provide us.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta


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Rietta Solutions
Internet: web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
Frank -

Excellent design - clean. I personally don't like cluttered sites.

Super easy navigation, things are organized inside a logical manner, simple to find the data you'll need.

One factor. In this article: http://www.atlantawebhost.com/signup.shtml
in your body from the message, your AUP and TOS links fail to work.

Dear Annette:

Appreciate your comments. They're very useful. I remedied the URL problems around the sign-up page.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta


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Rietta Solutions
Internet: web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
Hey i acquired many people intrested inside your plans so is it feasible todo yearly obligations couldnt observe that after i required a fast browse around

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Dear Annette:

Appreciate your comments. They're very useful. I remedied the URL problems around the sign-up page.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta


100 Gigs of bandwidth monthly for 26.95?

To FHosting,

Yes, we are able to do yearly obligations. The choice is this is not on an order form yet, but it may be transformed once the user would go to the customer area. We required the choice from the order form since nobody ever purchased for tos a lot more than quarterly whenever we had that. It may be added again though.

PepsiCoke:

Yes, our upstream host is loaded with lots of additional bandwidth. However, we have started to realize that it's absolutely impossible for anybody to make use of much bandwidth without needing an excessive amount of CPU time. Individuals figures are now being modified at this time, however the new details are not released.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta



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Rietta Solutions
Internet: web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
Frank,

Your internet site is things i would expect individuals, knowing out of your posts and reactions previously. Lest there be question, this is a compliment on points.

You don't have to get it remodeled. I discovered it direct, simple to navigate and discover appropriate and relevant information, and refreshingly honest. I love the possible lack of the x.95 prices (aside from your cheapest package) and the possible lack of "unlimited" for limited assets.

The TOS are simple to find and something must acknowledge getting read them and acceptance of these to be able to register. This can be a nice contrast to individuals hosts that hide them (before you exceed individuals "unlimited" assets). You might want to refine your definitions of adult material. Nudity covers a large area, as well as National Geographic has some. Your meaning is obvious, however your definition isn't. Also, you possess an inappropriate, though frequently misused, utilisation of the term "hacking". What you need to me is cracking, which describes individuals who enter the systems (or violate software copyrights) of others. Hacking describes individuals who uncover their very own systems and software, plus some programs, including free, even encourage hacking.

The extra useful information (like meaning of terms) is a fairly touch. I anticipate to most likely refine it further, possibly mentioning the restrictions of bandwidth versus cpu cycles further. Used to do visit a casual mention within the bandwidth limitation, recognized for its honesty.

In a nutshell, a nice job, a website that's honest with what it provides. It sets a good example that others would prosper to emulate, but only when their attitude were much like yours. Otherwise, their lies are welcome. It causes it to be simpler to inform them aside from the candid companies.

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Dear Duster,

Appreciate your kind and useful comments! I made the slight modification towards the TOS concerning the cracking/hacking deal. However, the term hacking has become encircled with a connotation of badness; I heard a little segment around the good reputation for the term ?hack? on the show on National Public Radio (It was around the ?All Things Considered? program). It is extremely interesting how using the term has transformed during the last 1000 years.

I like the thought of explaining CPU usage further. I don't know why we didn't think about that after i was gathering the data we wanted on the website. I required a couple of minutes last evening and created three sentences on our CPU usage policy. If you'd like to critique it, please visit http://www.atlantawebhost.com/moreinfo.shtml#cpu .

I additionally added a website search feature today (run by the whatUSeek product). It truely does work perfectly and that i hope it'll make pertinent information simpler for individuals to locate.

Thanks again for the useful, and encouraging, words.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta



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Internet: web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
Frank,

You've added a crowning touch towards the bandwidth versus cpu usage problem. Your website goes beyond any I've observed in ensuring prospective clients understand their obligations and restrictions of usage. The fair management of clients is apparent within the TOS and elsewhere. An extremely congratulations job (look into the grammar though, a couple of test is within the wrong tense, etc.).

The honesty of the site, and also the info on it, can provide people something to consider once they begin to see the claims of "unlimited" at a lot of others, particularly when the cpu usage isn't pointed out, or even the TOS are nowhere found. It is going to be especially appreciated by individuals who happen to be lied to coupled with bad encounters and discover your website a refreshing contrast.

Yes, I understand the negative connotation of ht eword "hacker" triggered by all of the people, such as the media, who misuse it. lots of people, such as the media, have mentioned the next millenium has started this season. They all are wrong on that problem too. Also are those who make use of the word "spam" to point any advertisement, disregarding that it should be a bulk unrequested message that need considering junk e-mail. To misuse a phrase only perpetuates the corruption from the meaning and increases the confusion.

Good job on not confusing your clients around the more mportant matters.
Frank, I really hope your "upstream" as putting it, is really as nice when you are, however i often hear otherwise by many people that they're not. Does not this problem you a bit?
If only you while quick to reply to emails when you are to reply to here' sent a request out of your website on monday or tuesday but still no reply however, you have enough time to retort here why ?

Dear Chicken:

If only you'd used your real title since not posting any your personal data doesn't lend you much credit.

For your question, I'm not worried about our primary provider because we cope with them every day. There devices are condition from the art as well as their uptime is unequalled. We don't depend in it for many tech support team, but handle just about everything ourselves. Around the couple of occasions we've had problems, we could have them resolved within hrs and at most in a day. Our staff works carefully with the organization and we're not restricted to the standard customer support lines.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta
Dear FHosting:

Have you not obtain the reply e-mail from me on 5/23/2000, sent at 1:20 PM? It had been delivered to your website owner@fthosting.co.united kingdom address. Allow me to resend it.

::Edit::
I simply submitted the e-mail which i initially sent around the 23rd. Your original message was sent on Tuesday, May 23, 2000 at 10:20:53. I suppose there may have been network trouble. Please tell me when you are getting the mail.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta


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your email dont appear to become during Frank you could attempt this addie DjSy99@netscape.net id enjoy to listen to your response and sorry for that tone of my last publish.
sorry, however i don't believe my real title might have added almost anything to my publish. Notice I did not allow the monkey from the bag, it had been only a question, (that you simply clarified fine).

Just searching at hosts. And That I guess it had been me which was concerned.
Sorry to consider this off onto a tangent, but I must comment about to no personal identifiable information inside a nickname.

To begin with, it is simply that, a nickname. What this means is it does not need to be a genuine title or any other private title. That's particularly it's purpose. I apologize should you disagree beside me on that.

Second, you will find a lot of reasons a number of individuals don't put your personal data out for everybody (negative and positive) to determine. First of all on my small list is personal security and privacy. I value them greatly. On surveys, questioniares, programs, etc., I routinely omit certain information which i don't feel is actually necessary. There's enough trouble with your personal data becoming public, why must I be needed to eliminate the private-ness of this information?

Personally, I take anyone's title on these forums having a touch of suspicion. What really matters is exactly whatOrthe way they publish. The relaxation is simply fluff (that may be used against them by dishonest people).

I am unsure all of this is sensible, and I am sure someone could be prepared to pick it apart for all of us, but that is my estimation which I am titled to. It isn't designed to offend everyone, either.

Again, sorry for going onto a tangent, this isn't what this thread is about.

tk
As well as that my question about his provider did not require *me* to possess credit. Sorry Frank, however i just don't believe as highly of Rietta as Duster (which I am certain we are able to all agree does not matter).

I do not recommend limitless bandwidth hosts, even though place the 100, (or 50 or 35), it does not mean much.

I simply aren't seeing how your internet site is different compared to other hosts I've come across, and therefore don't have any curiosity about the services you provide.

I do not know why I'm posting? Ahhh well... Hope everything goes well for you personally.
Dear Mister:

Appreciate voicing your opinion. In my opinion it does really make a difference in just how much bandwidth we condition. From knowledge about existing clients, and also the company?s guidelines, we all know just how much bandwidth they are able to support. Limitless bandwidth is really a marketing move and it doesn't truly exist. The network supports as much as 17 GB/ DAY, but that won't take place in a shared atmosphere due to other restricting factors. An internet site that's dynamically produced with scripts will encounter problems much earlier than a static page with graphics. The later uses mostly bandwidth, however the first uses mostly CPU time.

I published this subject to obtain feedback about how exactly we are able to improve out site and services. I'm searching for opinions that say what's good and what's not. I thank everyone for the input. Chicken, I'm sorry if my comment concerning the title switched to become more of the red-colored sardines that other things that's not things i initially intended. Appreciate being honest inside your question as well as your comments.

Sincerely,
Frank Rietta


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Internet: web.rietta.com
E-Mail: websolutions@rietta.com
Phone: 770-623-2059
Fax: 770-495-0914
You realize Frank, I am inclined to read a lot of boards about those who are particularly searching/have issues managing a ubb on their own site. Idiotically I didn't remember about MP3, graphic sites that also require bandwidth, but aren't so based upon the server's cpu.

I understand of no complaints particularly addressing problems in areas apart from ubb hosting (or any other high script bandwidth related) together.

So far as the 17GB/day... yeah I just read that within the TOS and anybody who belives that's a crack monkey. I believe (generally) honesty inside a realistic setting is appreciated. You, a minimum of, attempt to explain things a little.

Sure, the network could support that amount, but there's not a way a shared server setting could accommodate this kind of usage (while you condition to some degree in your site).

While I'm not everything thrilled with a few facets of your merchandise, I must point out that your attitude is very refreshing!

Keep that up and you will be fine

Why the nickname? http://woobster.com/images/chicken.jpg

Cheers...
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Ought to be interested, why have you not opt for Win2K hosting rather than WinNT?
Triumph, seems like that real question is targeted at Frank instead of me (?)

I've got a related question, though...I am trying to puzzle out exactly what the advantages will be to having to pay the additional $ for Home windows hosting over Unix. In a job once, I authored webpages with Top Of The Page and released on them our NT network. I loved that--it had been immediate and simple. I am wildy speculating that this is the upside. Can anybody explain it in my experience legitimate, though?